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Thursday, May 23, 2024

One Hindu woman dead & another battling for life after being trapped by Islamists in two separate incidents reported from UP

In a series of distressing events, two Hindu women in Uttar Pradesh have faced harrowing ordeals at the hands of Islamist men. A woman in the Galshahid Thana area attempted suicide, claiming she was tortured by her husband, Mohammad Fuzail. The couple met and ‘fell in love’ while playing PUBG, eventually marrying.

However, the woman’s mother, Madhuri Mitra, accused Fuzail of converting her daughter to Islam and changing her name to Fatima without consent. Fuzail, reportedly a tiffin supplier in Mumbai’s red-light area, and Harshada, who had previously divorced her first husband, grew closer after their PUBG encounter.

Harshada’s mother recounted that her daughter had called her earlier, alleging Fuzail’s abusive behaviour. Recently, Fuzail informed her of Harshada’s suicide attempt, leading to her critical condition in a hospital.

In another incident, Mohd. Zuhaib harassed a Hindu college student, pressuring her for a relationship. Despite her refusals and complaints to her parents, Zuhaib continued stalking her. He eventually abducted her, tortured her for conversion to Islam, and demanded a Nikah, threatening her family. The victim, unable to endure the torment, tragically took her life on April 15. Her family is demanding strict action against Zuhaib.

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